Oslo National Academy of the Arts has around 550 students, 200 employees and 900 guest teachers and teachers on specific short-term engagements. The Academy's aim is to educate artists and designers at international level who excel in critical reflection and inventive creativity. Oslo National Academy of the Arts offers three-year bachelor degree programmes, two-year master degree programmes, one-year programmes and scholarships under the Norwegian scheme "Programme for Research Fellowships in the Arts". At present, Oslo National Academy of the Arts is based in three different locations, all within easy reach of the city centre: The Faculty of Design and Arts (part of The Faculty of Visual Arts) is located in Ullevålsveien 5, in a monumental building constructed for this purpose in 1904. The Art Academy has now also been incorporated into The Faculty of Visual Arts and is situated at St. Olavsgate 32, in a listed building dating from 1877. The Faculty of Performing Arts and the administration have recently moved into newly rehabilitated and custom-built premises in the former sailcloth factory from 1856, Christiania Seilduksfabrikk, popularly known as "Seilduken" and located by the Aker River at Fossveien 24.